Sam Bradford a game-time decision for Rams
The St. Louis Rams will make a game-time decision with quarterback Sam Bradford for Sunday’s game at Arizona after he missed the previous two games with a high ankle sprain.
Typically, high ankle sprains mean more time on the shelf, but Bradford fully participated in practice on Friday and could play, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Otherwise, the Rams will go with A.J. Feeley again in a game in which the Cardinals are expected to be without their starting quarterback Kevin Kolb. He has a foot injury.
“He's as questionable as you could be questionable,” Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said of his quarterback.
Bradford can throw the ball just fine. The concern is could he re-injure the ankle and make it worse if he comes under pressure in the pocket,
"Yeah, we've talked about that," Spagnuolo said. "I mean, you want to win games, and this is a very, very important football game to us. We've certainly got all the confidence in the world in A.J. And if it's A.J., it's A.J — we go out and try to win the game. If it's Sam, because he has an injury, you're certainly going to want to protect him."
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